Tag: Sleep

Biofeedback – Listen To Your Body

Posted on 05/29/13 by Tools For Wellness
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Most of us go through our day without paying close attention to what our bodies are telling us. Sure, we eat when we’re hungry, sleep when we’re tired (or when we finally have time to rest) and find a bathroom when it’s necessary. Beyond that, though, we don’t often pay attention to our biology for […]

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If You Can’t Get A Good Night’s Sleep, How Can You Hope For Better Health?

Posted on 03/12/13 by Tools For Wellness
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  The National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute website tells us that: “Insomnia is a common sleep disorder. People who have insomnia have trouble falling asleep, staying asleep, or both. As a result, they may get too little sleep or have poor-quality sleep. They may not feel refreshed when they wake up.” It is estimated that one […]

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The Doctor Might Not Tell You: Better Health Comes From Within

Posted on 02/18/13 by Tools For Wellness
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Many of us today will connect healthcare to doctors and hospitals but oftentimes they are in the business of disaster control and real “healthcare” means that we care about our health and take control of our own goals for better health. You can create a solid foundation for your personal health and your healthcare provider can be your guide rather than […]

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How Deeper Sleep Leads to Better Health

Posted on 11/18/12 by Tools For Wellness

Do you wake up feeling groggy and still yawning after you have slept?  An average of 6 to 8 hours is recommended for most adults, but surveys have shown that the majority of adults get 6 hours or less of sleep due to busy lifestyles. If you are getting plenty of hours to sleep and still […]

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Insomnia Solutions to Help You Sleep Better

Posted on 05/31/11 by Tools For Wellness

If you’ve been suffering from insomnia or difficulty sleeping, you’re not alone.  More than 30% of the population suffers from some form of insomnia at least once in their lifetime. Not to mention, more than half of Americans lose sleep due to stress or anxiety.  If you lie awake at night because of stress or […]

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